Apple CEO Tim Cook delivers the keynote address during the 2019 Apple Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) on June 03, 2019 in San Jose, California.
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Apple has released the public beta of iOS 13, which lets you try some of the new features coming to the iPhone this fall. I already covered some of the bigger changes, like dark mode, but there are a whole bunch of new features coming, and some of them are kind of hidden.
I’ve been using the beta for a few weeks, and wanted to highlight some of the changes that are really useful, but that haven’t been talked about as much. Here are a few of my favorites.
How to share your iPhone’s personal hot spot with family
Automatically share your phone’s data hotspot with family members in iOS 13.
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If you pay for a data plan with hot spot support, you can already use your iPhone to connect a laptop or tablet when a traditional Wi-Fi network isn’t available. And while anyone can access this if you share your password, a new feature in iOS 13 will let people on your iTunes family account, like children or partner, automatically connect to your phone’s hot spot. This can help you save money if you have…